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'[PIC] dsPIC for hobbyists again'
Chen Xiao Fan
I should say that Microchip is quite a good company to work with.
Of course they do that for their own good but it will benefit
the hobbyists as well. Microchip has set up a very aggressive
target on their revenue and they need the 16bit dsPIC/PIC24 to
get a hold on the market in order to achieve the target.
Just find out from a Microchip Forum post that the dsPIC getting
started tutorials and code examples are posted to the web site.
Getting Started with dsPIC® -- Code Examples
By the way, quite some time ago I posted Daniel Chia's dsPIC bootloader
and now people have reported some success in adapting the bootloader
to other dsPICs. It would be great that people here take a look at
it and extend it and write a plain C (cross-platform) or Python based host application for it. To bad I do not have too much time to learn
dsPIC now. I am still learning the 18F USB through PICkit 2.
Chen Xiao Fan wrote:
> > To bad I do not have too much time to learn
> dsPIC now. I am still learning the 18F USB through PICkit 2.
You just need to cut out some of those unnecessary activities, such as
eating, sleeping, spending time with your wife and children, and other
such time-wasting activities. Where is your sense of dedication??? :-)
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